The company is testing the ability to turn off the distracting feature. Red may be an attention-grabbing color, but too much of it can trigger anxiety. You might soon see a lot less of the hue on Facebook.
Teamfight Tactics is available to try June 26th in North America. Riot Games isn't going to let Dota Underlords capitalize on the Auto Chess trend without offering a fight. The developer is rolling out
EBT card is a payment option at more than 2,500 stores. Walmart is now accepting Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP) benefits as a payment method for online grocery shopping at all of its
Wondering what the most watched show on subscription streaming is? According to NBC it's The Office, and as such, it's no surprise that once the company's agreement with Netflix expires at the end of it's
The mayor just needs to sign the ban into law. San Francisco's expected ban on e-cigarettes is about to become a practical reality. The city has voted in favor of a measure banning sales and and deliveries
Each luxury travel listing comes with a dedicated trip designer. If you've ever wanted to stay in a castle in France or book an entire island in the Pacific, you might appreciate Airbnb's new luxury travel
Google has pushed back on claims that it is banning employees from protesting YouTube during the San Francisco Pride Parade. Several outlets reported on Monday that a leaked internal memo barred any Google
Face detection will help position photos in each of the apps. Today, Apple's suite of productivity apps, iWork, is being refreshed. The company announced updates to Pages, Numbers and Keynote across both
It's almost a truism to state that government IT security is frequently lacking, but a new Senate subcommittee report has underscored just how severe the problem is. Investigators found that several federal
Twelve South has released a new wireless charger that essentially functions as three chargers in one. The HiRise Wireless has a desktop charging stand for your smartphone and a removable USB-C wireless
Under 'Operation Call it Quits,' the FTC has opened 145 cases against illegal callers. The Federal Trade Commission (FTC) and its law enforcement partners are cracking down on robocallers. Today, the announced
It's said to be the first time the company is providing such info to judges. Facebook is handing over identifying information to French courts on people suspected of using hate speech on its social network.
He wants tighter age restrictions and limits on new kid-oriented products. Politicians aren't necessarily waiting for a formal investigation to ask YouTube to improve its policies on kids. Senator Ed has
Beginners and experts alike can find something new in Learning Synths. From creating grungy music with drone motors to perfecting DIY digital setups and recreating 60-year-old music machines, there are
It also lets you set up "danger zones" around the house. There are plenty of smart baby monitors on the market, and some are better than others. Cubo AI is hoping to join the pack with a baby monitor can